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Guarding Parking Spots with Furniture in Boston

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Guarding Parking Spots with Furniture in Boston

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Guarding Parking Spots with Furniture in Boston

Guarding Parking Spots with Furniture in Boston

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In late December, Boston Mayor Thomas Menino banned the practice of saving parking spots and ordered the city's garbage collectors to remove any items being used to reserve them. But after this weekend's huge snowstorm, it appears the mayor may be letting up a bit. This is welcome news to Bill Davis, a bartender at South Boston's L Street Tavern who has been using furniture to guard his parking spots for years.

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